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Crestfallen Warrior
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"What's wrong? Get a bit of a scare out there? No problem. Have a seat and get comfortable. We'll both be Hollow before you know it. Hah hah hah hah..."
— Crestfallen Warrior

The Crestfallen Warrior is a character in Dark Souls. Having lost his courage to face the enemies, he sits in the Firelink Shrine, brooding and awaiting his Hollowing. He is voiced by Matt Morgan, who also voiced Domhnall of Zena, the Crestfallen Warrior from Demon's Souls, and Saulden, the Crestfallen Warrior from Dark Souls II.

DescriptionEdit

The Crestfallen Warrior wears a helm-less Chain Set, and wields a Longsword and Heater Shield. He is a pale man with dark hair, stubble, and a surly appearance.

LocationsEdit

PlotEdit

The Crestfallen Warrior is the second NPC encountered after Oscar. Although he has no tangible goods or services to offer the player, he does have interesting dialogue that fleshes out the backstory for Dark Souls, as well as hints on equipment, where to go next and other characters.

Speaking to The Crestfallen Warrior after Kingseeker Frampt arrives will prompt him to leave Firelink Shrine, complaining of the "stench" (presumably given off by Frampt). He is then found Hollowed in the beginning of the New Londo Ruins.

StrategyEdit

Players should avoid attacking the Crestfallen Warrior in the early game; he is very tough for a new player to kill and can offer helpful hints and tips. The Crestfallen Warrior is nimble with his Longsword and Heater Shield, but with some dodging and blocking he usually poses little threat by the time the player encounters him as a Hollow. The one trick up his sleeve is his ability to parry unexpectedly; the Crestfallen Warrior is one of the only NPCs that does not have a unique parry "stance", so players can do little to nothing to predict when he is going to Parry and Riposte.

Character informationEdit

Health and soulsEdit

Health Souls
NG NG+ NG NG+
793 1,442 1,000 3,000

DefensesEdit

Physical Defenses Elemental Defenses Resistances
Def atk phy Def atk strike Def atk slash Def atk thrust Def sorc mag Def sorc fire Def sorc lght Def res poi Def res toxic Def res bleed
227 227 250 224 170 193 141 C C B

These stats are sourced from FuturePress's Official Dark Souls Strategy Guide.


EquipmentEdit

Right Hand Left Hand
Wpn Longsword
Longsword +10
Heater shield
Heater Shield +10

Head Chest Hands Legs
Chain Armor
Chain Armor +8
Leather Gauntlets
Leather Gauntlets +8
Chain Leggings
Chain Leggings +8

DialogueEdit

NotesEdit

  • Does not drop any items upon death.

TriviaEdit

  • The Crestfallen Warrior is a reference to another character with the same name encountered in Dark Souls' spiritual predecessor, Demon's Souls. Both look similar and have similar personalities, and both leave the story before its end.
  • The Crestfallen Warrior is one of only three NPCs (along with Rhea's bodyguards) that offer no goods or services whatsoever to the player.
  • It's possible to keep him alive simply by not talking to him after the arrival of Frampt. Oddly, some of his unique lines (such as speaking to him after rescuing Big Hat Logan from Sen's Fortress) can only be heard by speaking to him after Frampt has already arrived.
  • His voice actor, Matt Morgan, also voiced the Crestfallen Warrior in Demon's Souls.
  • His name is misspelled in the credits as "Crestfallen Warrrior". 

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